Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health

/Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health
Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health2018-08-29T11:24:21+00:00

Program Description

Aboriginal Child and Youth Mental Health (ACYMH) is a program offered by Denisiqi Services Society. The goals of the ACYMH are:

  • Provide access for Aboriginal children and youth to culturally relevant mental health wellness program
  • Provide consultation and education services
  • Raise awareness and increase knowledge about mental health and well-being

Who can use this program?

Aboriginal children and youth (under the age of 19) and their families, living on or off reserve.

How do I use this program? Do I need a referral?

If you think you, or a child or youth needs hlep, there are two ways to access services.

a) Contact the Denisiqi Services Society at 250-392-6500 and ask the Intake Worker to complete a referral form over the phone.

or

b) Complete a referral form. Referral forms are available at doctors’ offices, schools, MCFD, the Cariboo Friendship Society, or Denisiqi Services Society.  Drop off the completed form at the Cariboo Friendship Society, or Denisiqi Services Society.

What services are offered?

ACYMH includes clinical counselling, group work, personal development workshops, and outreach.  They aim to provide culturally relevant, holistic mental health programs.  All services are offered at no cost to the client, and are confidential.

Get in Touch

Contact ACYMH at 250-392-6500, or toll free 1-877-251-6566

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Where it Happens

Address

240B North Mackenzie Ave
Williams Lake, BC V2G 1N6